CILT Level 6
Advanced Diploma in Logistics and Transport
The CILT Level 6 Advanced Diploma in Logistics and Transport is aimed at those who already occupy senior managerial roles within the logistics, transport or supply chain sectors.
The CILT Level 6 Advanced Diploma is for those who want to take their industry knowledge and capabilities to a higher level involving strategic planning and decision making or leadership skills.
CILT Level 6 modules include all aspects of strategic management within a business, including management & leadership, planning and performance.
The Level 6 qualification is designed to help equip students with the knowledge and core skills to attain high management roles in the logistics and transport sector.
CILT Level 6 is an industry-recognised qualification that is valued by employers around the world.
CILT courses will provide you with an internationally recognised qualification, opening your career prospects around the world.
Rated highly by employers, CILT qualification is highly recognised and looks great on your CV. If you are looking to progress in your career and increase the chance of getting a pay rise, carrying out a CILT Level 6 will help.
Going out of your way to having CILT qualifications will show your potential employers you are a highly motivated individual. We offer real life skills and knowledge you can apply to your job role.
Course Fee & Duration
Average course duration: 18-24 months if student can submit one assignment per month.
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Students will study five mandatory units, including a final unit which is designed to be completed as a project that focusses on all of the skills and knowledge gained throughout the duration of the course.
In this unit candidates will be encouraged to examine organisations from a global perspective, through case studies and models. The need for the gathering and use of externally sourced information will be investigated, as will the implications of working with global stakeholders. The unit looks at the resource utilisation and how managers can make the most of the limited resources available to them. Topics studied include:
- The Global Environment
- Resource Allocation
- Sustainable Corporate Development
- Competition and Risk
Strategic Management & Leadership
The first element of this unit defines culture and examines organisational culture in a wider environment, with the associated internal and external factors that influence the differing cultures in organisations. Through the use of concepts and models, the relationship between organisational culture, strategy and performance is investigated. The unit also examines a number of theoretical and practical aspects of leadership in the work environment, as well as collaboration in a global environment and ethical business practices. Topics to be studied include:
- Organisational Culture
- Ethical Management
This unit is concerned with the important subject of strategic planning, taken from an organisational, intra-organisational and a global perspective. The first element is concerned with examining organisational models and looking at how influences inside and outside the organisation can affect business strategy. Risk and decision-making models are examined in some depth. The unit also focusses on Customer Service and Innovation. Topics in this unit include:
- Vision & Strategy
- Delivering Customer Service
- Innovation & Change
This unit looks at how organisations need to become more aware of strategic performance and to integrate if they are to achieve the aim of operating on a global scale. Tools and techniques are examined that can assist in producing a plan to improve intra-organisational performance. The unit also focusses on strategic supply and the opportunities to collaborate between organisations, whilst examining issues that impact on future long-term procurement requirements. Topics in this unit include:
- Organisational Intergration
- Supply Strategies
- Logistics Performance
Research Methodology & Professional Project
This unit aims to develop candidates’ ability to apply research methods and statistical techniques to logistics organisations and to enable them to use both qualitative and quantitative methods in problem analysis and solving. Evidence of the first element – the research methodology – will be gathered throughout the programme as candidates will be expected to demonstrate their ability to:
- Apply research methods and statistical techniques to analyse and solve problems within organisations
- Use forecasting techniques and methods
- Use survey techniques and design questionnaires
- Identify and define a research aim and develop research questions
The professional project will develop the candidates’ skills in undertaking a structured and methodical research project involving production of a substantial body of work (8,000 – 10,000 words) which has been instigated, developed and produced as a consequence of their own initiative, using in-company research and/or industrial liaison and which offers opportunities for specialism.
In this unit candidates will be encouraged to use work-based research to realise the requisite requirements for this module. Each candidate can base their project on their own work based environment, or using a relationship with a company or organisation.